Roger Bash – Singer-Songwriter

Roger Bash is a singer-songwriter who effortlessly combines multiple genres into a rousing one-of-a-kind folk and roots-rock experience. Combining popular cover songs with his compelling original music, an exciting and energizing show is ahead when Roger takes the stage. For Booking in Indiana – Fill out this simple form!

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Roger’s music has been influenced by such bands as the Grateful Dead, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Little Feat, and he wears those influences proudly on his sleeve. He’s toured and recorded with acclaimed blues guitarist Walter Trout, producer and John Mellencamp collaborator Larry Crane, veteran rock bassist James LoMenzo, and famed drummer Kenny Aronoff.

Roger started playing piano at a young age, and ultimately attended Indiana University in Bloomington, where he discovered his love for the guitar, influenced by the likes of Bob Weir and Dickie Betts. Roger fronted a Grateful Dead cover band, The Resonators, in Indianapolis in the late 1980s and early ‘90s. An impromptu meeting with Jerry Garcia in 1993 inspired Roger to pursue his own original music.

Bash records new music every month with his long-time friend and audio engineer, Jake Belser, the owner and operator of Primary Sound Studios in Bloomington, and he occasionally also records with the Wonder Twins, Eric and Marc Johnson, at the Pop Machine in Indianapolis.

Spring of 2023 will find Roger back on the road, including multiple dates in his old stomping grounds of Bloomington, IN. (Bio written by Troy Augusto )